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Old 07-09-2013, 05:22 PM   #561
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Originally Posted by nonamekevin View Post
Okay thanks. And to follow up on that, the second part to my question. I believe the door locks fuse is 15A. When adding the fuse tap, which says is rated for no more 10A, did you reuse the 15A fuse in the new fuse tap or use a 10A?

Thanks bud!

I knew the rating of the fuses were 15amps so i bought my taps rated for 20amps so I re-used the 15amp fuse. I assume those taps are rated to an amperage based on the wire size. It would be safer to use a 10amp fuse but it might blow if the load of the gauges plus the doorlocks exceeds 10amps. On the other hand, you run a small risk melting the wires on the tap and starting a fire if you use the 15amp fuse and the circuit exceeds the 10amp rating of the tap.

I would recommend getting new taps rated at 15amps or higher.
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